Hi folks, I'd appreciate some views on this one please. I'm a Y6 teacher and have recently given my class their KS2 SATs levels. I also shared their scores with them (and their parents) where I felt it was relevant - ie the 2 boys who scored 100 and 98 in the Maths and the lad who came from Poland 4 yrs ago with no English who got an amazing score in the Reading. I'm fairly relaxed about letting them have this information. However, my own daughter's primary school is refusing to let parents have the test scores, only the levels. I've asked, twice, and been told it was 'unfair to give some parents scores and not others' so I have made an appointment to see the head and class teacher next week. I've a good relationship with the school and have not been a pushy parent so far but I can feel a bit of a skirmish coming on here. This information should be available to parents if they ask surely? The secondary schools will have this test score information so it is not confidential. What do other schools do?